Looking to step up your style for the cooler months of the year? Well, Compound and Save The Duck have aligned to drop a timeless capsule collection focusing on winter outerwear and accessories. If you don’t know, Save The Duck is the conscious alternative to winter outerwear, with 100% cruelty-free and vegan products. The Italian brand is the first to obtain the certification for best performers in social and sustainability issues.
The new ‘7 Elements’ collection will pay homage to the four natural elements defined by the Greeks and Romans – fire, water, Earth, and air, combined with ancient civilization elements of wood, metal, and ether. The capsule collection boasts a Pro-Tech Collection, including a long parka jacket, short jacket, mask, and gloves, and a streetwear collection, including three hoodies. Each piece is offered in various colors, which are sure to stand out against the typical winter colorways and patterns.
Nicolas Bargi, Founder and CEO of Save The Duck, stated: “We were thrilled when Set Free approached us about this partnership. Compound’s vision and brand beliefs are in line with our mission to create sustainable and cruelty-free activewear.”
Set Free, Founder of Compound, also spoke about the collaboration and its inspiration. Free stated: “Being forced to quarantine at the height of the pandemic in Mexico and leaving the usual hustle and fast-paced NYC, I was able to experience and appreciate the elements of life,” adding “I became one with the Earth…the experience helped to inspire the collection. For Compound and Set Free, seven is more than a number. It represents God and spirituality, free-thinking, and creativity. To compound is to combine one or more elements to create something greater. The ‘7 Elements’ Collection celebrates the divinity and fundamentals of life.”
Take a look at this eye-catching new collection in the images, featuring legendary hip-hop artist Jadakiss. Head over to Compound or Save The Duck now to pick up your favorite pieces. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more style and streetwear coming very soon.
Photos via Compound/Save The Duck